one thousand dollars
I have a old double berrel muzzel-loader and I do not no how much it is worth.The name of the gun,I do not no.Can not read it.
E. James & CoEnos (or Enoch) James & Company was an English gunmaker c. 1870-1920. One source says Birmingham and another says London, but both give the address as 14 St. Mary's Row. I cannot find any reference to Loveby, but this may be a retailer. Another possibility is that this is a Belgian gun marked with a name similar to the British - international copyrights weren't rigorously enforced in those days. If you will post all the markings and tell where each is found on the gun, we may be able to make a positive identification. More input:E. James & Co Loveday ST Birm M I Have a Double barrel with these markings ,but it is missing the under lever and hammers. If you have the same type gun perhaps you could send a picture of what it is suppose to look like as I am going to have my gunsmith fabricate them Thanks FrankI have a enos James & co double barrel serial# 115771 shotgun and it is complete.How do I send you a picture?
Practise and study about it. Try looking in the book Charmayne James on Barrel racing or barrel Racing 101
It was James K. Polk :)
Most Popular Barrel Racer is Charmayne James and Lance Graves
Aubrey James Norvell shot James Meredith with a shotgun striking him in the head, neck, back, and legs.
Charmayne James won the most barrel racing world records.
Pass the Racket and Football. From Fin James
Jesse James, Jack the Ripper, Gesche Gottfried.
James tyler howard
James Strogonaski invented the early soccer balls in the 1800s
Mark Twain and Henry James
Jedediah Strong Smith, James Ohio Pattie
uhh James Marshall and Sam Brahhan
jonathan james and his best friend peet
I think he became a double amputee. No, that is James Stacy, not James Keach.
when they wanted too probably in the 1800s ish
Gold miners, Edward Hargraves, Esmond, John Dunlop and James Regan.